Farmland Value Continues SlideBy Iowa Public Radio - December 13, 2017
Cropland in the Midwest is losing its value as the downturn in the agriculture economy continues, according to a number of surveys by agricultural economists. Record-high crop prices contributed to record-high land values in 2012 and 2013, but now, that party is over.
"Now what we have is [an] overproduction, oversupply issue," says Wendong Zhang, an Iowa State University economist.
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